My Big NFL 5: Offensive Linemen

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Feb 1, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; Cincinnati Bengals former tackle Anthony Munoz sits on the panel during the 2013 Bart Starr award presentation at the Super Bowl Breakfast at the Hyatt Regency. Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten (not pictured) was presented with the 2013 Bart Starr award for outstanding character and leadership in the home, on the field and in the community. Mandatory Credit: John David Mercer-USA TODAY Sports

 

1. Anthony Munoz  (Bengals)

This guy has a lot of meaning to us Bengals fans. He is the greatest Bengal ever, the greatest offensive lineman ever in most peoples’ opinions. He happens to be the only ever Bengal in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, unless you count Charlie Joiner, who played for the Bengals from 1972-75. This guy had accolades that are unmatched by all other offensive linemen: 11 Pro Bowls (never missed a Pro Bowl when he played a full season) 11 All Pro Selections (never missed that either), 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, 1980s All-Decade Team,  3X Offensive Lineman of the Year, #12 all time player according to NFL Networks Top 100 NFL Players in history.

 

Honorable Mention

Alan Faneca

Joe Thomas

Matt Birk

Olin Kreutz

 

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